Dear all, I have successfully downloaded the Unity Hub, which gives me a file UnityHub.AppImage When I execute this File I get a nice menu and all and when I use the "Add ..." button I can select "2019.2.8f1". Unfortunately it says I only have 1,4GB free and it needs 5.4 GB. If I go to "https://unity3d.com/unity/beta/2019.3.0b6" I cannot see any option to download for Linux also. I have a separate drive reserved only for Unity so I have like 250GB of free space. Unfortunately it seems the download is always going to "/tmp" on my root partition which just has 1,4GB free, and that's usually more than enough. After all, we are not in the Windows world where everything is clustered inside C:\, right? How can I get Unity on Linux? It seems the Hub is the only way to get it AND it is broken by design because it assumes "/tmp" has infinite size. Or am I mistaken? Can I fix that problem somehow? Is there a way to download Unity without the Hub? Regards, Thomas. P.S.: If this is really the only way and the download directory is somehow hardcoded PLEASE add an option or at least an environment variable where we can change the download directory. This would be very much Unix style too!